Tag Archives: new build

Expert Advice: Harness the power of Feng Shui in your new build, with Krystal Sagona  

Being intuitive is something that is innately ingrained in Krystal Sagona and her work with Interior Flow. When she realised this wasn’t the ‘norm’ within interior design, Krystal was determined to create spaces that heal the people within them and to empower everyone who used those spaces to thrive.  We spoke with Krystal about holistic interior design and…

Expert Advice: 10 tips on how to save money when building a new pool

When designing a dream backyard, you’d be hard-pressed to find a homeowner who doesn’t include a pool in that vision; however, it can be quite an expensive and prolonged project. In fact, the average cost of a 6x3m pool in Australia reaches a whopping $36,000! If you’re looking to build the pool of your dreams…

Expert Advice: Tackling your new backyard; which Tradies can help (and when!)

For many people, planning a new backyard is one of the most exciting parts of building a new build. It’s a place your children will grow, play and explore; a space for hosting BBQs; your weekend sanctuary to kick back with a book and a coffee. So, to help you build your dream outdoor area,…

Expert Advice: How to budget for your new build, with Pete Boehm

With more than thirty years’ experience in the banking and financial services sectors, Pete Boehm is a chartered accountant with an extensive knowledge and understanding of Australia’s consumer finance, home loan and property sectors. His experience has provided valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities today’s homeowner face, from a first home buyer to a…

Expert Advice: The Costs of Renovations Vs New Builds, with Michael Sloan  

Undertake a fixer-upper or start with a fresh slate? We speak to Michael Sloan, co-founder and Director of The Successful Investor, about the ultimate financial decision; new builds vs renovations! Case Study: Corner block fencing boosts striking new build   Q. For someone looking to purchase a home, what might the pros and cons be…